How Zaire Franklin hopes he and Shaquille Leonard can put the rest of the NFL on notice this season
After practice wrapped up on Wednesday, Franklin spoke with the hosts of Training Camp Daily to discuss his mindset heading into his second year in Gus Bradley's defense, the potential of he and Shaquille Leonard and how seriously he takes his responsibility of being a leader for the team.
Work ethic, poise, growth and, of course, talent: Why Colts named Anthony Richardson their starting quarterback for 2023 season
Three weeks after training camp began, the Colts tapped Anthony Richardson to be their starting quarterback for the 2023 season. Here's what we've learned about the No. 4 overall pick in Westfield – and why the Colts will roll with Richardson beginning in Week 1 against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Cornerback Darius Rush 'excited to perform' this weekend following breakout game against the Buffalo Bills
From the moment Rush returned an interception for a 52-yard touchdown against the Buffalo Bills, he has been one of the most talked about players on the team. Now with a game against the Chicago Bears coming up, he is ready to show that play wasn't a fluke.
For Colts' Rodney Thomas II, Isaiah McKenzie, potential for Damar Hamlin to play in preseason opener feels 'normal'
Colts safety Rodney Thomas II is one of Damar Hamlin's closest friends, and wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie was in Cincinnati with the Bills when Hamlin sustained a cardiac arrest last January.
Defensive coordinator Gus Bradley and linebackers coach Richard Smith rave about Shaquille Leonard latest training camp strides
After Leonard took his first reps of padded 11-on-11 team drills this weekend, the coaching staff took time to praise his performance during Monday's media availability.
Emptying the Notebook: Observations on Anthony Richardson, Gardner Minshew, cornerback competition and more from Week 1 of training camp
The Colts have held five practices since arriving at Grand Park last Tuesday, including two with pads on. Here are a few things we've noticed and learned over the nascent stages of the 2023 season.
As practices begin, Colts look for how Anthony Richardson handles the good and bad of training camp
Anthony Richardson on Wednesday participated in his first training camp practice as a member of the Colts, and will now be tasked with navigating the ups and downs of the next few weeks at Grand Park.
50 reasons to come to Colts training camp at Grand Park this summer
From getting your first look at Anthony Richardson and Gardner Minshew to competitive joint practices with the Chicago Bears to family fun at Colts City, you won't want to miss your chance to join us at Grand Park between July 26 and Aug. 17 for Colts training camp.
One big Colts training camp question, defensive line: Does an eight-deep rotation emerge?
The Colts' defensive line is headlined by interior stalwarts DeForest Buckner and Grover Stewart, but features plenty of depth and versatility that should produce plenty of competition during training camp.
One big Colts training camp question, safeties: How does Julian Blackmon's move to strong safety go?
Blackmon spent the spring learning the in's and outs of playing strong safety in Gus Bradley's defense, and has a tremendous opportunity ahead not only for the Colts, but for himself personally.
Postcards From Camp: Why Matt Ryan Felt Colts Had Good, Productive Training Camp
The Colts held their final practice of training camp on Thursday at Grand Park, which was more of a jog-through practice – but those days are part of why quarterback Matt Ryan is encouraged about his team as they head back to the Indiana Farm Bureau Football Center.
Postcards From Camp: An Important Offensive Line Development, Plus Notes From Final Practice Before Preseason Opener
The Colts' first-team offensive line has been together on the field throughout camp so far, providing an important opportunity for growth ahead of the start of the regular season.
Postcards From Camp: Matt Ryan Will Play First Quarter In Colts' Preseason Opener Against Buffalo Bills
The Colts haven't firmly decided on a plan for how long other players will play – if they play at all – but head coach Frank Reich said Wednesday quarterback Matt Ryan will play some or all of the first quarter in Buffalo on Saturday.
Tyquan Lewis Feeling Healthy, Grateful, Confident While Eyeing Important Role On Colts' Defensive Line
Lewis suffered a season-ending patella injury while returning an interception in Week 8 of the 2021 against the Tennessee Titans, but said he's in a good place mentally and physically as he focuses on the 2022 season.